|Item Weight||1 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||10.4 x 7.9 x 7.4 inches|
|Item model number||i8000|
|Manufacturer Part Number||i8000|
|Cover Included||Inflation Adaptors, Pvc Air Hose, Goodyear I8000 120-Volt Direct Drive Tire Inflator|
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Goodyear i8000 120-Volt Direct Drive Tire Inflator
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- 24 feet of air hose and power cord included
- powerful direct drive motor is extremely quite and virtually vibration free
- includes adapters to inflates nearly anything
- 120 volt direct drive inflator with Whisper Soft technology provides extremely quiet and efficient operation
- Includes inflation adaptors for all sporting equipment and rafts; plugs into any standard 120-volt wall outlet for power
- Inflates P185/R14 from 0 - 28 PSI in approximately 2 1/2 minutes or less
- 1-feet rubber air hose, 17-feet PVC air hose with quick connect valve and 6-feet power cord for a total of 24 feet, makes it extremely easy and hassle-free to reach all vehicle tires
- The maximum tire pressure is 150 PSI
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Top Customer Reviews
1. It plugs into any 120 volt outlet. I have 12 volt inflators and they have their place, but cannot compare to this unit.
2. It's fast. I just inflated a wheelbarrow tire from 5 psi to 30 psi in about 45 seconds.
3. The pressure gauge is accurate. One of my 12 volt inflators is off by 10 psi (under).
4. The screw-on valve is not as bad as you would think. It will only bleed one or two psi off a normal tire while its removed.
5. The screw-on valve is far superior to the clamp-on type. I feel that more air is lost when unclamping. Also, the wheelbarrow valve stem was too short for a clamp-on.
6. It comes with numerous inflation adapters.
What I don't like:
1. I would prefer a ball-type valve rather than the screw-on.
2. It seems to struggle as it approaches 30 psi. I worry that it won't be able to handle the 70 psi required for my bicycle tires. Nowhere in the operator's manual or on the box does it give the maximum pressure rating. The pressure gauge goes up to 150 psi, but that's meaningless.
Overall I'm very pleased. It should do just fine with normal tire pressures up to 38 psi.
When you turn it on it sounds solid, there are no moving parts so this should last longer than your conventional inflators, it's much quieter than my old pump and it pumps quicker too.
The only reason why I gave it 4 stars and not five was because it uses a screw on valve to pump tires on my cars. I personally like the snap on type of valve because it's easier and quicker, but I do find that with screw on valves it loses less air from the tires when you unscrew it.
The gauge isn't 100% accurate. WIth my experience, when the gauge would hit 32 lbs, my tire would be at about 30. Not too far off at all. The unit does get a bit hot after doing 4 tires, but not hot enough where someone can't touch it or pick it up.
For the price, it is definately worth having around, especially in the winter when you can be in your garage filling your tires vs outside at a gas station. Simple to use and very effectie!!
It does inflate a car tire rather slowly. To take a car tire from 26 psi to 35 psi took me about 45 seconds to a minute. That's not terrible, but it's noticeably slower than the pump at the gas station. Still, you can do the whole car, even with moving the unit, in under 6 or 7 minutes, and that's not bad at all. The gauge seems to be dead-on, and the unit feels heavy and well built. With gas at $4.10 a gallon it's very nice to make sure the tires are rock hard and giving you every last mile you can squeeze out.
I thought about getting one of those cigarette lighter jobs, but then I kept reading about blown fuses and so forth. I got this for the garage and stuck an old bike pump in the trunk. The bike pump is for roadside emergencies, and no blown fuses and some good exercise with that.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I have only used this two dozen times to inflate wheelchair wheels over the course of 1.5 years and then it broke. Bought Oct 2014 and broke April 2016. Read morePublished 9 hours ago by Ross
Have only used it on bikes, lawn tractor, trailer and wheelbarrow tires, but it works great so far. Nice to have on that plugs into the wall, and seems more powerful than some of... Read morePublished 3 days ago by JMD
This inflator is a terrific performer. I much prefer a 120-volt unit over a 12-volt one. I use this primarily to keep my motorcycle tires at proper pressure before every ride. Read morePublished 5 days ago by David Lefavor
Use it for my motorcycle. Always lose air when putting it on or taking it off. Prefer the snap on nozzle over the twisty kind. Read morePublished 7 days ago by Ahmad